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    751D pulsing on startup

    Thanks a ton. I put in an order. I’ll report back when it arrives.
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    751D pulsing on startup

    Mike, Are you using PECO motors? The installation instructions say 14-18VDC at 3amps for PECO. I’ve tried to get more info from Ken. He just told me that my PSU needs to be a linear power supply. The laptop PSU I have is a switching power supply. I’m not crystal clear on the difference. So now...
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    751D pulsing on startup

    Sorry, I should have clarified that I’m using the Ken Stapleton 751D switches. They’re momentary.
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    751D pulsing on startup

    Hi all. I’m installing five 751D switches to Five PECO motors/solenoids. The power supply I’m using is an old laptop psu (18.5V DC, 3.5A). My issue is when I have more than two switches and turnouts wired up they pulse on and off at startup as if there Isn’t enough power. After it pulses for a...




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